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Leaves Kirtuington for i'lat River. wr.f.K l"V!i. BUNDAV8. 5:5.1 a. m. 5:5.1 (to I-'eileral 1 q;JO 11:13 " 11:40 p. ui. i.-lS " 5:01 " 7:40 ' H:;,s " 11:13 " 12:40 p. m j:in 4:10 5:01 7:40 (to Federal) 8:3s " Leaven Flat Uiver (of Ka'Dilngton. W K K K IUY.S. 81:KI)V8 6:50 a.m. 7:15 a.m. S:25 " IO:u5 " 9:45 " "5' " 11:52 " 1:12 p.m. 1:12 p. m. 3;5N " 2:5s " 5M5 " 53S " "'.V " 8:3ft " 5: " 9:21 " lletween DcLsjsu anil Farniington. l.t.AVK fsllMINIiTON. 8:57 a. m., Sunday only; 11:45 daily; 1:30 p. m. daily. 5:37 V- ,,'1" except Saturday and Sunday; 6:11 p. 111. Saturday and Sunday only. LKAVK DKI.ASSCS. 9:15 a. m., Sunday only; 12:26 p. m., daily; 2:02 p. m., daily; 5:53 p. m., daily except Saturday and Sunday; 6:24 p. m. Saturday and Sunday only. Federal Mill. Cars leaving FarniiiiKton at 7:25 a. m. and 4:29 p. m. run to Federal Hill unly, and a car leaven Federal for FunninKton week davs except Saturday at 5:04 p. m. On Saturdays car leaves Federal at 12:05 p. m. DR. A.J. MAYFIELD, PRACTICING PHYSICIAN. FAKMINOTO.V. MO.. Will attend all rnlli In or out of town, day nr nlxht. OPriOK AT risainDTON HANITAHMTSI DR. C. R. FLEMING, PHYSICIAN, Fa.rmln.rton, : : : Missouri, UH In Itealtf Uullcllnii. urriCK 'PHONK: I No. T7 I Kssinsscs 'Phosb: NO. Mt OWEN A. SMITH, M. D.. EYE AND EAR. AT FARM UTOTOIf Taeeaar, Thursday And Satnrda. OIBee lr. Itublnaon's Hulldlnc AT FLAT RITR. MomdAr. Wednesday aud Friday. DR. B. R. DOWNING, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON FAUMIMiTON, MO. Offlc In tUe Lang Holler IlulWlng. Hire Pbone 114. Ueilrlenre I'tinne sal. DR. E. L. HORTON, DENTIST. . FARMINOTON, MISSOURI. Offlce up stairs In Holler l-ang llulldlng. 'flione No.su. DR. E. B. BARROW DENTIST, FARMINOTON, MISSOURI. OPriCF.-aMe No. H Itealty Ktiildlac 'rbnnit No. 49. llldinee No. IT DR. J. W. BRAHAM, ESIDENT DENTIST, Fatrmlnton, Mo A. IX kinds nf dental operations with tb latest and nxxrt approved appller-cee and metlioda. All wot sTieranieeaiogiTesai taction, aw OBIeeat reeldan C. A DENTIST- TETLEY FARMINGTON. MISSOUK Office over Tle?'i Jewelery Store. EDWRD A. ROZIER, SJLTTORNEY AT LAW, Farmikoton, Missocii ILL practice In all the Conns of Uls, r4in in nasur uuoaina W S. ANTHONY TORNEY-AT.LA N, FARMINOTON, MISSOURI, Ra('TI(:KS In all the Courts of Missouri, sruilri In Karmers Hank liulldlnx. W. L. HKNSI.KY OI1AH.U. KKVKLLE HENSLEY A REVELLE, TTO R N E YS -T- LAW, Farming-ton, Klssaarl win practice In all the courts of the state omre In Davis llulldlna, over Farming on Mercantile More. I'hone lis. at. It. SMITH. H. II. Alllll KY SMITH A MARBURY ATTORNEYS-AT -LAW Favrmlnctoxt, IVXo. JPItACTICK In all the Courts of Boutheasl Missouri, the Mt.louisllourlot Appeals and the supreme (Jourt. onteain At. Francois Co. Ilank building R M.TALBERT. TTORN EY-AT-LAW, FARMINOTON, MISSOURI. Will Practice In all the Courts of the State, omre In Kealtjr Building, Uoom IS. H. B. LEDBETTER AlTORNEY-AT-LAW Parminoon, Miaaouai. 2 racial attentlbn to Probata and Insurance Business. Offlc In Bank of Farmliunoo Bide. JACOB HELBER, OCALtRIN HARDWARE and FURNITURE ,. FAJUCIllOTOir.BIO. . . COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION APRIL 27 Precinct Mass Meeting to Elect Dele gates to County Couvontion Sat urday, April 28. There Ih hereby called a County Democratic Convention to In- held at Flat River, St. Francois county, Missouri, on Monday, April 'I?lh, V.MS, ut o'clock H. in., for tin- pur poHt! of Kidcctluif delegates to repre sent the Democrats of tlilH county In the State Convention to lie licit! at JchVrson City Muy 20th, l'.WH, anil for the selection of delegates to the ('oiiKreHHionul Convention. C. It. 1'RATT, Cliiilrinaii. J. II. MAMCKN, Secretary. Coll lor Precinct Mass Meetings. To the Democrats of St. Francois County: You are liereliy called to meet in the reapective prcc liictK of the coun ty on Saturday at J o clock p. m., April 1!HM, in niHHH meeting ami Delect delegated to represent your respective precincts In the ( ounty Convention to he held on Montlav, April L'Jth. Iihim, at Flat Uiver at 1 1 o'clock a. m. The ntiniher of dele gates to which each precinct in en titled Ih tlxed as follows: ranniHK ton No. I,ti; FartniiiKtoii No. 1; Dol.assus 1; Flat River !l; Fast F.l viiiH 1; Father 1; Monne Tern- 4; Hoytown "i; Cedar F'allit 1; French Village I; Hazel Run 'J; Chailhourne 1; lllackwell 1; ItiHiuarck il; Iron Mountain 1; Libortyville 2; Knoh I.lck I; Doe Run ,'; Dcsliuro li; Hchii'h School IIoiinc I; Went Kl viiiK .'I; I.eudwoocl 4; F'runkclay I. C. R. PRATT, Chairman. J. H. MAM'dKS, Secretary. SOME OF THE THINGS FOR WHICH JDDQE EVANS STANDS Judffe W. N. KvatiH, randidate for the Democratic nomination for tlov- ernor, made a Hpeech-inakiiiK tour of north central MIkhoiiH lant week, eapeclally in thoae couiitieg where newapaper attacks had heen made upon him, charging certain delin quenocH againat him an chairman of the State Democratic Committee in the 11104 campaign. In hi a apeechea he came out clearly and emphatic ally on the Ihhiich of the day. Kol lowing are Home of hlx poHitioiiH an they apply to State affalra: "I wan largely reapoiiHihle for plac ing the nnti-lfqiior plank In the last Democratic platform and Democrats xhoiild not vote for me expccling me to change my viewx. "I am nppoHcd to a meeting or convention of politiciaiiH to make up a State ticket to he voted on next fall, and think the ticket kIiiiiiIiI hi' left to the people at the general primary without miggcNtioiiH from a State committee. "I welcome church people In poli ticN and contend that a preacher or churchman Iwin uh much right to Mk politlcN ax a Haloou keeper. "J have implicit confidence in the will of the people and helleve in the initiative and referendum. "I am in hearty accord with the local option lawa and favor an amendment providing better meaiiH for their Mtrlct enforcement. I alxo favor lawa protecting local option coiintich from liquor Mhipmvnta ly outHidera. "If elected (Jovernor I guarantee a continuation of the atrlct law en forcement policies of Oov. Joh. W. Folk, and there will be no return to Sunday hiiIooiih, election clubbing beea, race track gambling or police domination in pollticH. 'I am not a yellow dog Democrat, but I have always found the Demo cratic ticket the beat one." Judge Kvana wax born In Ken tucky iiH yeara ago, entered the Con federate army at the age of I. years and served one year. He came to South Mlxxourl 40 yeara ago and aettled ou a farm, later entering the law practice, and hax served aixteen yearx on the bench in the Twentieth Judicial Dixtrict. He ix alxo prexl- dent of the hoard of truxteex of the M . E. Church, South, at Wext I'lainx. Keep Out. All partiex are warned to kkkp U T of the premixex known ax the Mlxon tract, lying between the State HoHpltal and the water-workx, I have xome aniuialH in the nuxture that might injure children. The Held I want to cultivate. Trexnaxx- era will be proxecuted. K. I . KOLAND, Lexxee. Merrill Pipkin, Lawyer, Abstracter. Real Estate. Loanland Insurance Agent. FARMINOTON. MO. Offlot oer 8t. Fraoqoii County Bank rnUKK no. 17. County Board of Equalization. Notice Ih hereby given that at a meeting of the County Hoard of Equalization of St. Krancolx county, Mixxouri, begun and held in the of lice of the County Clerk of St. Kran colx county, Mo., there were made the following Incieuxe or ruixe In valuation of real cxtate and addi tionx and correctionx in valuation of real extate and perxonol property for purpoxe of taxation for the year l!MIM, ax followx,to-wit: Rig River Lead Co., .T.t) acrex ni xec. 17-.i-4, from miTi to $1,000 Rig River Lead Co., 477 acrex all e!-,' and xw'i, xec. lH-:i-4, from l,:ii',to l,,KKl W. D. Ixenberg, Kill acrex, nw ", xec. IH-:i-4, from Will to 000 I. . R. Rlackmer, I05 acrex. n nw4 and n part xw1 nwi4, xec. l."i-;i7-4, from ri'U) to . 2,.UMI Iron Mountain Co., ICJH.o'J acr. nwJi and e, lot ne1 and lot .'I, iiclj' xec. Il-;t4-i, from MKIto 8,'pO (Ico. F. Rrown, '17 acrex, part wi nw.'i xec. J-.'H-li, from If ll.i to 400 C. K. Cleve, III) acrex, vt)l nw1 xec. lll-.'LVli, from $.(0."i to WOO Mrx. Caroline Meyer, 'J40 acrex hcJ ncV4 and w,' tm and eVJ xw?-4 and nwl4' aw,1 aec. 1( .'liVli, from $7iilt to l.l.'sU' W. H. Shaw, 1 1 VII acrex, x part w xec. .rj-.t.Vti, from J'.llSI to 1,'JOO Wm. Dalton, Iti4.0."i acrex, part xw fr'l 4 and xw cor. xe fr'l, 4 and xw'4 nw fr'l 4 xec. 7-:io-7, from ello to I.-.IK) Dan McKonxle, I'JO acrex, x'i xe'-4 and ne!4' ;,' xec. :t4-Xi-7, from 17.') to . ,ri(K) J. M. Klviux, li acrex, part xur. 7:i, from fjOO to !)00 M. L. Clardy, 'i"i.'J4 acrex, purt xur. iKHI, from H.I.K) to '.',(KK) MIkh Anna Haw, '.'l.li.'l, pait xur. Lli.'it, from to 700 T. I'. Vance, .H acres, part aur. . '140, from $115 to 2MII H. L. Clark, KHt.,41.'JH acren, all lot llT.', xur. 'JIM)!), from $:t4'i to . .VW II. L. Clark, Kxt., 71.W) acree, all lot 1114, xur. 3i!l, from $400 to 700 H. L. Clark, Kxt., 12.77 acrea, all lot 1L7, xur. !l. from $11;') to ZIO H. h. Clark Kxt., 10.7 acres, adjoining lot 12ti, xur. "'", from 17o to 10 J. W. McCarthy, lot II, J. C. Williamx addition to Karin- Ington, from :M."i to HOO Robert Roxwell, lot 7, block 2, Carter I'lace from $.170 to HO0 J. F. Ruxxell, lot '2, Suburban I'lace, xur. ;t40, from ll."i to ,1,'pO T. H. (Hover, lot .1, Suhurbaii I'lace, xur. :i40, from ;t4.i to 700 T. H. (Hover, lot in, Suhurbaii I'lace, xur. MO, from 2:tn to im J. I.. Katou, lot I, block 2, J. I.. Katon'x addition to ('lav l'liice, from to ". "ADIHTIIIN AHKKHHM KNTH. " J. F. Jonex, ,ri acrex, part ne'4 part xur. :tlr (omitted 20 M rx. Mary Mcllrien, :i'20 acrex, n'i xec. 20-:i'i-ti (omitted) . 2,.Vi0 J. F. Veates ext., 2.20 acrex, Jit. f'4 xec. lil-.Ki-o (omitted) Ml V. A. Tetley, lot H, Tetley'x Sub. of u part, lot IS 'of Rogvtown (omitted) ,'HH) Mrx. L. A. JackHon, .22 acrex part e) nw'.4 ne'4 xec. l;j-,'Hi-4 (omitted) 2VI Win. Korber, 21 .IH acrex. part e fr'l, 4 12-;)."-.j (omitted) 2(KI Mrx. Martha ('uniiingham, 40 acrex, e1-; lot 1 nw'-j xec. .'I-:H-7 (omitted) . 100 Joxeph Angel, 40 acrex, xe'j" nw'-i xec. i;i-;i4-7 (omitted) . 100 H. M. Colllnx, part lot A City of Rixmarck lomitted) l.'id H. Kngledow, 20 acreH, v lie l4 ne1; xec. lH-:W-4 (cor.) . . jO K. T. Rariden, 2.'i.KH acres, tic part, nw'-j xej xec. !-:-." (correction) ,710 A. J. MaxterH, 4 acrex, w pt. wi aeJi xec. U-.'Ki-i (cor.) 100 J. M. Rluylock, lf acreH, pt. ne1.; aeV4 xi'c. W-:i-S (cor.) ;t00 John Martin, 15.75 acres, e tit. ne'i xe1.' xec. M-.'HWi Icor.l . . :stl T. F. Dalton, 10.37 acres, e Dt. li wV xw'.r xec. 10-:l-5 (cor.) 200 O. W. Gold, 5 acrex, ot. nw'-i aw'i xec. IO-:-5 (correction I 100 John F. Hixer, 1.71.70 ucrex. lotx 2 k :i nw!4' xec. ; :i4-4 (new axxexxiiient 2IX) M. I.. Hardin, 2.4H acrex. pt. n w xe4' xec. 5-:tO-4 (new ax- I xexxment I . 71m i J. I.. Katou, .X! acrex, pt. 11 w '4 Hf'i xec. 5-;i-4 (new ax-xexMiii-iit) ikm : TOWN OK MONTKKI.CMINA. (new axxexxment.) D. I.. Rlverx, all lots 1 to II, $5 each J. M. Klviux, lot 10 D. I,. Rivers, ail lotx II to 101 H" each 4.V. The board flxex valuation of Rank Stocks at 75 of the valuation of Capital Stock, Surplus, etc. K. (). I'rexnell, perHon. omitted $ O'J'i And that there will he a meeting of said Hoard of Ktuallzution on Monday, April 27, l!KW, to hear n-a-xonx, If any be given, why such in creases or ralxex In valuation should not lie made. Hy order of the Hoard. J. A. Lawkenck, County Clerk. Poplar Bluff will Iibvb a play ground school for three months for which purpose they have raised JKiOO and will employ two teachers. Poplar Bluff really expeotg to have a new railroad depot this coming summer. The Slkeston Enterprise savs there are bo many rats in that town that It suggests having a rat day and killing as many aa possible. A man of 21 and a girl of 12 were (rranted a marriage license at Poplar Bluff last week withe the con lent of the guardian of the girl. ECLIPSE ORCHESTRA CONCERT. ThoHe who are to take part in tin Kclipxe Orchestra Concert, which Ix to he given on Friday evening, April 24th, are ax follows: F.lmore F. . Mason, euphonium soloist and di rector; F.dward C. Harroll, violin soloist; Fielding McCormlck, I'aul liiicax Jonex, Nettle Delaney, Alia Itelle Delaney, violins; Chax. A. McCarthy, clarinet ; John It. Robin son, trombone, Alfred W. Miller, string uaxx, David J. Doughty, Jr., traps and drums, and Misx Kthel Morris, piano accompanist. The orchestra will he assisted by the following: Mrx. Murray C. Kal is, dramatic xoprauo; Misx Pearl O'Sullivaii, lyric soprano; Mixx Lizzie O'Sullivun, alto; Mr. Karl dailies, liaxxo and Mr. Vuu it. Cloud, tenor. Kai'h of the miixicanx Ix well known to Fariningtou people, and their work ix known to he highly enjoyable. Besides tl rchextra selections xolo numbers will be ren dered by the following: Mix. M. C. Kalis, who ix a dramatic soprano of unusual ability, a successful teacher of voice culture and a thorough mu sician in every way. Her xinging never fails to please the audience, and in this concert her xolo number will prove a treat. Mr. (iaiux hax a solo which displays to good advant age Hie deep, rich quality of Ills voice. Mr. Harroll, whose reputa tion as a violin soloist Ik well estab lished, will give one of Ms charming selections. I'aul I.ucas Jonex has a violin solo which lie remlerx in a way that would be creditable to a much more experienced violinist. Mr. Mason will render a euphonium solo which will undoubtedly be very flue, as he ix an expert euphonium player and has chosen a very beau tiful selection. Mr. Chax. McCarthy slugs a xolo with orchestra accom paniment, which displays his excel lent tenor voice to advantage. John It. Roliiiixoii appears for the first time ax a trombone soloist, and will be certain to please the audience with his excellent work oil this In xtriiment. A vocal sextette will render two xelectlonx, both very pretty, while a xtrlng trio will render three popular xelectlonx, one of which wax com posed for this concert by Mr. liar roll. Tickets for the concert go on xah at I.aakman'x Drug Store Thursday morning, the 2.'ld, ami all music lovers should arrange to secure seats and attend. OOUNTY OFFICERS. cnif sprtfinr It-oieHtMiiutlvs I'rpp. Jiiilvs .'o. Court , rouny Juilio litt 10ft . .. . , 1 11 1 y .Indue Id IMst... JiliU'e of reunite Clerk circuit court Ilerorrtar ciMi-it 4 01011; Court Collector ....J. I . Iihaih ' r W. II. I t is Jkfi. I. Mirciiki.i. ..u. vv. Co is,. C. M. IlKITIM o. Nations ... I' C. Wll.K ....X. J. MrNxi.kV J A.l.AWHUCK ( . II. Iiti W. T. Mails J. J. CKOXK II. C. Tl 1 kKS Tren Mirer , sioTirr I'l-fuo-rutinK Attorney.. Asdegmn- . .. k. It. nosros T. II. Mill. MAS County surveyor Coroner Ur. O. It. i'SHKIXS CHURCHES. I'SKSHTTKHIAM HT. (1. K. HlCHOS. I'm lor rrpnciuiiK xunilay mnrnlns anl roi Ins; xumlny xrhool nt m n. m . w M IIasi.an, suixirlntnnilent. I'rayrr msstlns vtiiivsuuy fTvniliH. MRTIIOIIIST KMCOI'AI..SorTII-ltKV. WM ( 'or bt, I'aalor I'macii ins rmry xumtiiy mornliiK and pv.nlns; stinitny h,.i,s,i at 9 Mi m., aikkhii.l 1 1 fs i s , sii eKrint t-niint frayer mritlna every W'eunenluy evenlns. MSTIIolilsT Kl'ISCOPAI. ltTpr.nil I.. M TlioinpiKin. I'ltstor rrearlilnsvHry sunilay aiornlna anil evenlns; sunilay sclifxil at i j a. m., c. li. iHounnn, supurintenil t erayer mcetlns every Wf ilnrnln-evenlnu Iiaitist Iteverend X, r. IIsits. "nstor Prcaclilns evry xuiular, mornlns anil eve sins, xuniiay hcikmii at wi a. m. , h a Lxodii. HuMrlnteiiilent. I'myir meitliiK surii Hein.suay evening junior n. F. t. mfts sunilay nt M p. m. and xsnlor H. l . r. L . bi hu p. m. :iiaiSTIAK ClH HI'll Kl.ll. KlP. OWKHA. I'ustor lrenchliiK every sunilay niornins anil evenins. sunilay srnisii evitry sunilay at iii:iiu a. m. J. s.ci.at, sunrintnilpnt I.I'TIIKran Hkv. I'kkomik h i.i ii. Intnr -rreachlnseveiy sunilay mtirntns except the fourth; catm-lilniii afler church. Catholic Hkv. .losKrii Collins, l'ntor. Mais evtry sunilay nt H lint) I" o'clock ii m on sccrmil sunilay the s oviih'k itiain li rciiil ut loe llun. and ill Huvlok nt farm liixlou. sermon nt in ircliiclt iuiihs every uniluy, Mais every ilav nt so'ciock. on Holy iluys iiiiisa at r.anil'.io'cliK'k ITIvnIc instruction tor liapilHiu unit First Com uiunton given at any time. LANG & BRO. FARMINOTON, MO. Manufacturers of Wagons, Farm Implements, Lumber and Building Material Alio Undertakers of Funerals. Administrators' Notice. Notlc. Is b.retif Riven that l.ttsrs of ait ministration wr granted to the under tlsned by the Probate Court of St. Fran cols rountjr, Missouri, dated the Mb dur of February, iww, on tb. estate of JOtlX WOOD, IMc'd. All persons bavins claims against said es tate sre required to exhibit them to the sdmlnutrater for allowance within one rear from the date of said letters, or they mar be precluded from any benant of said estate; and If Dot exhibited for allowance within two rears from tb. date of said Ut ters tb. wfU be forever barred. B. I. MORRIS, adm'r. March jo, MM. Hie Tests shew Baking Powder to be most a S l C t! 1 a newcieiai in sireiiyui, ui iiignest sy purity and No Alum, No Phosphate of Lime No alum or alum-phosphate baking powder has been guaranteed or approved by the United States or any State authorities. The adver tising claims of the alum powder makers to that effect are " faked." II That Cont.at and "Hide Out." In 1N0S Judge Kvanx wax elected Circuit Judge In liix dixtrict by ai narrow majority. Some of the Dem ocratic papers who are supporting Mr. Cowherd for Oovernor are tell ing It about that the Judge "hid out" after the election that year in order to avoid context in the courtx. The Republican, a Mr. Brown, who was the oppoxing cand idate in that race, now lives in Fred erlcktown, and the Democrnl-News of that town Ix publishing the charge upon the xtatement made to the edi tor by Brown. In 1!HI4 Judge Kvans wax a candidate for re-election and wax elected by over 400 majority. If It were true, ax these zealollx Cowherd partixanx xay, that he wax guilty in IH!ls of xoincthing which ought to defeat him in 1IKIS, (lint thing would doubtless have pre vented hlx nomination and i-l.Ttinn in l!SM. Tlie truth of the matter is, 1 1 14- men who fought Folk mi biiterly in I'.HM are jit st nx bitter nt'iiinst him now and are making Ihix tight on AOTICH TO FACERS and GARDEHEflS I HAVE ON HAND A CARLOAD OF SWIFT'S PURE FERTILIZER For Vegetables and Ail Field Crops. I will guarantee results. J. T. CLA YWELL. r, fVavfv. vav.'. ."WVV- evfveyV 'V'v.a DD ATT DAIIVITIr!. jC nrmoiTisir. f n i Contractors of PAINTINO AND IX-altTs in first-dass Paints, White Lrat!. ( ik Stains, Varnisht-s and everything needed in liuue paintinp. Shop east of KorU Church in F.tnr.inton always open. Come ami y;et our prices before Inn ing paint. WESLEY PRATT, Manager. A Hardwood Floor of any Color You may Choose for $2.50 E. M. LAAKMAN, Sole Agent, FARMINOTON, MO. Official Dr. Price's healmmlness I 1 1 CDITAM . v IE Judge Kvanx because he i n I .-ader among the Governor's fri 'iuis in the State. The engernexx with which the partixanx of the old ". i.u'lune" xelre upon the charges mail againat Judge Kvans and others by Kepuh licanx shows the unforgivin virit of their opposition. If tl i" .ludge and the Governor are selected by the party to lead the ticket in the State thlx year, the campaign false hoods manufactured Tot these Dem ocratic editors by Republicans will make a nice dixli of crow for them to digest along towards election time. Jackson Cash Book. Administrator's Notice. Ntttlrp is iiereit)' utven Hint letters or sit nitnlptrnttnn Hen. Kriino-il tn ihp un.ter slsne'l ly tho Ciolmle ' ..ui l nf -i . Kimieo! rf)iinly, Mutmirl. dated Hie i-lli il) or Muri'li, I'.is, on the etillf ot rl.K.s.T IIKfKKTT, Herd All pPiHonft hnvlns rlioiut n.tliiHt n;ii as tute nr.. -pUlr,'d to exhibit th o. Hit. ndmltilMrttt'ir tor uIIom nin-t- w! ho. one ,-nr flotit tin- rliile et buM l-ller- ur ihey muy 1, iHfrludi-'l frioo miy im-rli .r miI1 '-ilutp, and IT hot -x 1,1 1 Ml ...I f .r -t'lownnce wuhlii tvvoypiu-i. rroinlhe iho- il ft ill ht lei'(tln.y will he forever hiin.- JAM t. Mihiiik. A.lin'r April .1, l:i. PAPER HANGING. Kl sirs which are in t,s po'r loniliiion to be itn provcilwiih v.irnisli.ilonc cm be iii.ule In iuiil.Ue .1 genuine l;.u.lo-ui tl r with this new p.iieim-d tlrahiii," System. This process docs nut rtipiire t!ie service-it of .1 professio, wood tin islier. The C,r,. i i n g Tool takes the pi.ice "I skill and cm iic ,ici:i-.s.(nllv used by the inexpen enccd man or Human, thus making it possihie lor any one at very inglit expense to enjoy the luxury ol a new hard wood HiHir. This (.training Com pound when protected oy one or two coals of Clii-Namcl produces a surface that will out-wear any ordinary varnished floor, many timet over.